American Association of Retired Persons
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...American Association of Retired Persons, (AARP), dedicates itself to people of age 50 and over. There are more than 33 million participants in this not-for-profit organization which is United States based and non-government. Predicted membership by 2015 is expected to be near 70 million. Founded in 1958 by a high school principal, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, its objective was to display her theory of aging productively and to respond to the need for health insurance for retired teachers. AARP is dedicated to the defense and advancement of various activities such as lobbying at the national and state government level. One of its divisions promotes reduced rates at auto... AARP The interest group of...
American Association of Advertising Agencies
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...American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As) defines the concept of Integrated Marketing Communications as an approach which is used to achieve the desired aims of a marketing campaign through utilization of various promotional methods and themes which reinforce each other. Primarily, the concept of Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) blends the promotional tools of marketing so that they are able to perform in harmony with each other. Promotion is one of the ‘Ps’ in marketing mix and the tools when blended together, work optimally rather than in isolation. The integration is further augmented, beyond just communication when other levels of integration e.g. Data integration... ?Ans1. American ...
American Association of Retired Persons
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...American Association of Retired Persons, (AARP), dedicates itself to people of age 50 and over. There are more than 33 million participants in this not-for-profit organization which is United States based and non-government. Predicted membership by 2015 is expected to be near 70 million. Founded in 1958 by a high school principal, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, its objective was to display her theory of aging productively and to respond to the need for health insurance for retired teachers. AARP is dedicated to the defense and advancement of various activities such as lobbying at the national and state government level. One of its divisions promotes reduced rates at auto... AARP The interest group of...
The History of the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (1926)
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...American Association of Adult & Continuing Education (1926) The history of the American Associationof Adult & Continuing Education (1926) Introduction The American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) was founded on the belief that lifelong learning would add value to human fulfillment and positive social change. The AAACE focuses on research practices that can encourage adult learning in a variety of settings. This association has a team of innovative professionals that vehemently work for the uplift of the American adult population. This paper will briefly illustrate a short history of AAACE and evaluate its different umbrella agencies, purposes, and target... ? The history of the...
American Economic Association
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...American Economic Association The website contains information about American Economic Association (AEA). It is an economic organization situated in Nashville Tennessee. The organization publishes the famous journal called American Economic Review. The purpose of the organization is to encourage economic research, particularly statistical and historical research of industrial life. The organization also advocates for perfect freedom of the economy (American Economic Association 1). It does not align itself with any form of economics. The organization has membership from...
American Nurses Association
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...American Nurses Association American Nurses Association Introduction The American Nurses Association ANA) isregarded as one full-service professional organization where close to 3.1 million nurses who are registered are represented through the various constituents as well as state nurses associations and organizational affiliates to it. This association of nurses has a major mandate of fostering the practice of nursing through ensuring maintaining of the high-quality standard in the nursing practice. The mission statement of the ANA is, "Nurses advancing our profession to improve health for all." Through its mission statement, it is clear that the main mission that the association... ...
AMerican nurses Association
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...American Nurses association, nine primary principles of ethics: are enshrined. They include: Compassion and respect for the patient, commitment and protection of patient’s health, protection of patient’s safety and rights, being accountable and responsible, creating right environment, participation in advancement of profession, collaboration with other health professionals, and professional nursing by maintaining integrity and shaping social policy. Other principles and ideas stated are respect to human dignity, sincere relationship with the patients irrespective of nature of sickness, honoring self-determination rights of the patients, co-operation with colleagues... 178534 Q In the ethical of American ...
American Nurses Association
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...American Nurses association, nine primary principles of ethics: are enshrined. They include: Compassion andrespect for the patient, commitment and protection of patient's health, protection of patient's safety and rights, being accountable and responsible, creating right environment, participation in advancement of profession, collaboration with other health professionals, and professional nursing by maintaining integrity and shaping social policy. Other principles and ideas stated are respect to human dignity, sincere relationship with the patients irrespective of nature of sickness, honoring self-determination rights of the patients, co-operation with colleagues... 178534 Q In the ethical of...
American Nurses Association.
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...American Nurses Association a. The mission of the ANA is assure that there are enough qualified and educated nurses to fill the needs of healthcare in this country. They intend to do that by assuring that the needs of the American Nurse are met in their workplace through salary, benefits, and general welfare. They do this by being a strong congressional lobby. Furthermore, they intend to be in the forefront in policy initiatives, Medicare reform, patient rights, appropriate staffing, whistleblower legislation and healthcare reform. They will continue to work to expand the practice of both the RN and the advanced practice RN and they will continue to seek federal funding for education... . ...
American Probation and Parole Association
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...American Probation and Parole Association in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. In this research, we attempt to find out if the APPA members are still facing the same problems identified in the literature review in the past decades. The research... ? An Evaluation of the American Parole and Probation System: Research Proposal of Introduction Probation is defined as “a court ordered dispositional alternative through which an adjudicated offender is placed under the control, supervision and care of a probation staff member in lieu of imprisonment, so long as the probationer meets certain standards of the court” (Siegel and Worall, 2012 p65). Probation is an arrangement to give offenders an opportunity to be...
American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics Code
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...American Psychological Association and American Counseling Association Ethics Code Introduction There is no doubt health care workers’ ethical principles assign their practice and welfare of their patients, and counseling is not an exception. In this respect, American Psychological Association (APA) and American Counseling Association (ACA) ethical codes serve as a great source of ethical principles and standards essential for professional provision of psychological services by counselors. Their strict observance is able not only to assist people in their...
Concerns and Benefits Regarding the Use of the American Psychological Association (APA) Format of Citation
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...American Psychological Association (APA) Format of Citation The use of citation styles in any kind of professional written work reflects the different needs of each field of discipline in presenting whatever information is important. This caused the evolution of numerous styles to suit the writers’ needs. Scientific fields generally use the American Psychological Association format (APA), due to its emphasis on author and date of information source as well as its minimalism. The use of APA style in the field of nursing is beneficial because aside from letting the reader know the date the information was generated, it is possible to condense the message... ? Concerns and Benefits Regarding the Use of the...
Mobile Marketing Association
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...Association members include AdChina, American Express, Dunkin’ Brands, Colgate-Palmolive, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Facebook, Group M, Kellogg Co., Hilton Worldwide, MasterCard, L’Oreal, Microsoft, Inc. Pandora Media, and McDonalds. Additional members include Mondelez International, Proctor & Gamble, The Coca-Cola Company, R/GA, Unilever, The Weather Company, Walmart, Visa, xAd, Vodafone and Zenith Optimedia among other companies(Association 1). Mission and objectives The MMA’s mission is anchored on four core pillars; cultivating inspiration, building capability for success, advocacy, and demonstrating measurement and impact. In...
Curriculum Development
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...American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Based on these readings, this paper will reflect how the essential factors discussed can guide and hinder curriculum development in nursing. How they guide? The essentials of baccalaureate nursing and master’s education in nursing play a significant role in guiding curriculum development in nursing. Liberal education encourages broadening knowledge of science, cultures, and society; and in addition, this concept promotes... ? Curriculum Development Curriculum Development Introduction ‘The essentials of baccalaureate education for professionalnursing practice’ and ‘The essentials of master’s education in nursing’ are the two working papers published by the...
Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association
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...ASSOCIATION Facility Selection Oahu Island Hotels The Oahu Island in Hawaii is a recreational resort area that is composed of several hotels and facilities for events and conventions. The region is described as a charming mix of ancient beauty located along a rugged coastline with vibrant artistic devices and musical scene. It has one of the most historical scene in America namely the Pearl Harbor. Guest can browse the boutiques as well as the beach-front eateries of Waikiki. At the Hanauma Bay, guests are welcomed to view and taste sea turtles (American Hotel & Motel Association, 1975). This part of Honolulu offers a number of historical monuments and vibrant activities... HAWAII LODGING & TOURISM...
Genome-Wide Association Study
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...American Journal of Human Genetics. 90.1 (2012): 7-24. Print. Using Gwas Data to Identify Copy Number Variants Contributing to Common Complex Diseases. The Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 2009. Internet resource. Chakravarti, Aravinda, and Eric D. Green. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics: Volume 10, 2009. Palo Alto, Calif: Annual Reviews, 2009. Print. Huang, Wenhui. Towards Constructing Disease Relationship Networks Using Genome-Wide Association Studies. Blacksburg, Va: University Libraries, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2009. Internet resource. Nuber, Ulrike A. Dna Microarrays. New York: Taylor & Francis Group, 2005. Print.... ? Genome-Wide Association Study There ...
NBA- National Basketball Association
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...Association Number: The National Basketball Association, also known by its acronym NBA, is North America’s chief men’s professional basketball league. Its immenseness is underscored by it having thirty franchised member clubs, with 29 being in the United States and the other located in Canada. By virtue of its immenseness, the NBA is considered the premier men’s professional basketball league globally. As an active member of the USA Basketball (USAB) and being recognized by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), the NBA serves as the national governing body for basketball throughout the United States. Not only is the NBA among the four main North American professional... ? National Basketball...
Nursing reaearch
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...American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2014). On the other hand, health systems and outcomes research analyze the availability, quality, and costs of health care... Development of Nursing Research Problem of the of the Development of Nursing Research Problem The ambit of nursing research is indeed vast, and it includes clinical research, nursing education research, and health systems and outcomes research. Specifically, clinical research that is founded upon behavioral, biological, and other forms of investigations, furnishes the scientific cornerstone for the care of individuals. It occurs across the life span of the individual and transpires in environments distinguished by nursing care...
Nur 707 discussion
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...American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, n.d.). With the existence of an association, I noted possibility of developing professional codes that would have moral... Nur 707 discussion January 03, Nur 707 discussion Communication and building trust I am a good communicator and can build trusting collaborative relationships in my work environment. My communication skills are outstanding in writing, speaking, and resolving conflicts. In writing and speaking, I often communicate observations that are likely to be significant to work output and seek clarification from peer. I also ensure consistency among my messages and my actions for effective long-term communication. In conflict resolution, I am always ...
W1D Tacoma Narrows Bridge
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...American Association of Physics Teachers, 2000; Washington State Department of Transportation, 2005), the Tacoma Narrows Bridge’s failure was noted to have been caused by “torsional flutter” (Washington State Department of Transportation: Why Did Galloping Gertie Collapse?, 2005, par. 3). In one’s personal opinion, the project failed due to lack of previous information on aerodynamic forces that need to be effectively incorporated in engineering designs, especially for suspension bridges. As emphasized... , if a different kind of design was used, specifically that of “Clark Eldridges original design for the 1940 Tacoma Narrows Bridge” (Washington State Department of Transportation: What if…?,...
CRITICAL THINKING
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...American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2011). In essence, an individual is required to think like a nurse in order to become a professional nurse. The thinking of a nurse is distinct from that of a doctor and an engineer because of how they assess the patient and the type of problems they face and handle when betrothed in client care (Castledine, 2010). Thinking like a nurse necessitates the learning of the contents of nursing, which are the ideas, theories and concepts... How does one demonstrate the concept of critical thinking in relation to the various roles of the professional nurse? Nursing education and profession requires nurses to have critical thinking as an essential nursing skill...
National Rifle Association
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...ASSOCIATION: An of Gun Safety and Human ProtectionIntroduction The National Riffle Association (NRA) is a nationwide recognized non profit organization that works to continuously spread and implement the idea of responsible gun handling ever since the 19th century. Since establishment in 1871, the organization's prime goal when it became a charter was to "promote and encourage rifle shooting on a scientific basis," as stated by one its founders Col. William C. Church (NRA website). Firearms today are no longer viewed as they used to (dangerous). During the time of establishment the NRA stood strong as an organization that believed in responsible gun handling... that there is enough...
Harvard-Hosted Implicit Association Test (IAT)
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...Association Test (IAT) What was the result of your IAT? After taking the Harvard-Hosted Implicit Association Test (IAT) that focus on the Asian American - European American IAT, the results revealed that one’s “data suggest little or no association between Asian American and European American with American and Foreign” (IAT Corporation 1). Therefore, the current paper would hereby respond to the following questions: Do you think that the test produced valid results in your case? No, I felt that the results did not accurately identify applicability to one’s personal case since one hardly made errors in association (maybe just one or two). When compared to other web... Harvard-Hosted Implicit...
Association of Phoenix Employees
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...Association of Phoenix Employees October 8, Albert C. Lancaster President Phoenix Textile Co. Phoenix, Arizona Dear Mr. President: We are pleased to submit to your office the final report and recommendations of the Human Resource Efficiency Group (HREG). The final report comprises the study made by HREG with the objective of enhancing the processing of the attendance records of employees, payroll processing and computation of overtime pay of employees. The study was commissioned by the members of the Association of Phoenix Employees of Phoenix Textile Co. (APEPTC) with the objective of improving the attendance and payroll system of the company. Our group is non-partisan and non-union... ID No....
Community Psychology: Home Owners Association
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...Association Home Owners Association Meeting The Windsville E Home Owners Association meeting of September 2, 2011 started with a call to order at 7.00 p.m. at the Windsville social county hall after confirmation that there was quorum by Josh Mayer who is the chairman. After conducting a roll call, the secretary of the association distributed the minutes from the previous meeting which were approved. The first committee to make a presentation was the architectural committee whose representative gave a report that commended the home owners for adhering to the association’s guidelines on the paintwork on their houses and doors as recommended by the committee. He... Community Psychology: Home Owners...
The Pan American Road
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...American Highway has failed drastically. How it was developed (construction efforts throughout the different countries, costs, workers) Each state was required to finance its construction of its portion of the Pan American Road. However, some states got partial financing from other states within the Pan American association. For instance, Panama got partial financing of the construction of the Pan American Road from United States of America. In Panama, for instance the cost of construction amounted to twenty million, five of which was provided by the United States of America. However, the cost of...
National Career Development Association (NCDA)
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...Association (NCDA) An organization emerged in 1913 under the of national vocational guidance association. Further in 1985 it came to be known as National career development association which came up as the founding organization of the American counseling association (ASA). NCDA is a leading body in developing standards for career counseling and evaluating the career information material. Its major goal is to promote career development throughout the lifespan by providing a blueprint for various career counseling firms to work on. Protocol or ethics are set for the organization by the NCDA so that they work in a fashion not to misuse the power at hand. NCDA also works... ?National Career Development...
Do a report on one association in particular: such as the ACCA, CPA, IIA, etc. ).
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...American Association of Public Accountants (AAPA) clamoring the same standardization in the field of accounting by establishing a unified system of licensure and examinations (Flesher et al. 255). In 1895, a group of accountants, known as the "Committee of 14" met to discuss the two bills. The said committee also set to join the two proposals and establish a detailed bill to be drafted for the legislature. However... The Certified Public Accountant (CPA Sundry Issues   Brief Background   In an article written by Flesher, Previts, and Flesher, it was mentioned that April 17, 1896 marked the passage of the first legislative enactment calling for the creation of the Certified Public Accountant (CPA)....
Foundation of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (NACW).
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...Association of Colored Women National Association of Colored Women National Association of colored women was (NACW), was formed in 1896. This formation was a turning point to a new age in African-americanhood as this foundation of the association offered a vehicle for action using structured efforts. (Wesley, 1984). The leaders of the association were Ruffin Josephine and Terrell Church Mary, and their goal was to provide moral evidence, mental and material development made by colored people through their women. (Wesley, 1984).They arranged to rebut a memo printed by the Missouri Press Association, Jacks James who challenged African-American women respectability referring to them... as...
Week 6 D-1
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...American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2014). The infectivity of the disease is low since good infection-control practices can prevent the disease from spreading thus making it hard to contract. The R nought value used to measure the infectivity of a bacterium or virus asserts that infectivity of Ebola is low in comparison with other diseases like measles that infect about 18 people (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2014). With regard... Week 6 D al Affiliation) Week 6 D Scientists discovered Ebola in 1976. Various have since investigated the infectivity of the disease and established that a person suffering from Ebola can only infect between 1.5 and 2 other people...
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...American Association of Nurses’ leadership award. Additionally, she was an approved member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, American Association of Nurses, and American Civil Liberties Union. She was married to the late Lionel in 1944 with whom they had... Obituary for Esther Randolph Esther Randolph was born July 9, 1916, in Pottstown, Pa, to the late James and Elaine, and died in November 21, 2000 at the age of 84 years. She died in a head-on vehicle collision on Route 7 near Bennington where she was spending a week with her son away from her 17 Roundabout Drive home in Croton Lake. Esther attained a nursing degree after high school at the Thomas Jefferson University’s S...
Professional Organizations
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...American Association of Critical Care-Nurse is the largest specialty nursing organization charged with airing the views of over 500,000 nurses globally. Indirectly, the organization is responsible for care of critically and acutely ill patients that are in the verge of increase. The organization operates in excellence by initiating standard setting equipment for and with members. For any US licensed RN, a membership fee of $78 per year is charged, $148 for two years and $200 for three years (AACCN, 2014). Non-licensed nurses, pay $52 per year for membership payable through VISA, MasterCard or American express. AACN members... through E-learning education courses (AACCN, 2014). Most...
History of Community Junior College Movement in American Education
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...association here, what they learn here, has profound impact on their future life. “At the second annual meeting of the American Association of Junior Colleges, in 1922, a junior college was defined as “an institution offering two years of instruction of strictly collegiate grade.”((Bogue, 1950, p.xvii) The definition has undergone modification and additions as per the demand of the time. Before 1970, community colleges were referred to as junior colleges. This term is still in vogue as for some institutions. The connotation of the term “junior college” refers to private- two-year... Running Head: History of Community…. ...
Temporomandibular Joint Surgery
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...American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 2008). Because of the TMJ joint, the jaw has a wide range of movements, which include opening and closing of mouth, and side-to-side movements. Because of the frequency of movement... , there is a greater chance that the cartilaginous disk in between the socket and the condyle will be displaced. In addition, the amount of movement may cause the disk to develop perforation, thus preventing the smooth movement of the jaw. Conditions such as trauma and rheumatoid arthritis may also cause the joint parts to fuse together, inhibiting jaw movement all together (American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial...
Temporomandibular Joint Surgery
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...American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 2008). Because of the TMJ joint, the jaw has a wide range of movements, which include opening and closing of mouth, and side-to-side movements. Because of the frequency of movement... Temporomandibular joint surgery is needed when the joint anterior to the ear that attaches the lower jaw, or mandible, to the skull. It has an important function in feeding as a principal body part for mastication. It also facilitates speech among humans. Pain on and dysfuntion of the jaw, associated muscles and ear, as well as clicking and popping sounds upon jaw movement are indicative of temporomandibular joint disorder, which may necessitate surgery. This repor...
Long Term Care
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...American Association for Long Term Care Insurance shows... Long term care Anna Fihar Accordingly, to the physiological principles of the human body, our health changes with age. Even if a person does not haveany serious illness in his family history and stay in good health the risk to have the health problems at age of 65 and older is quite huge. The researchers from the Georgetown University and Pennsylvania State University stated that approximately 70% of people aged 65 and older required long term care. Many individuals start to think about long - term - care insurance at age of 60 as they start to have some health disorders. But, it is not that easy to get a long-term –care insurance so late,...
Importance of joining a national professional nursing organization
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...American Association is meant to provide a platform to the nurses and their affiliates to allow them integrate the science of nursing with other sciences like information science, computer science. It allows them to develop and improve their nursing skills that are contributory towards their professional development. Its publications include an E-list, monthly E-newsletter, quarterly official publication known as ‘Nursing Informatics Today’. http://www.himss.org/ This is a non-profit organization that works to develop solutions regarding optimization of health engagements. This organization produces a number... Importance of joining a national professional nursing organization https www.ania.org/ The...
NURSING RESEARCH
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...American Association of Colleges of Nursing, n.d. The process takes a theoretical perspective and uses new and existing information to compile alternative or new methods in practice. Implementation of the research process requires resources and time. Nursing process is different in that it is specific and concrete. It deals with offering unique services to individual patients. Another difference is that the main objective of a research process is to gather information and increase the knowledge of existing and emerging ailments. However, nursing process focuses on delivery of care to patients. The measure of success in the nursing process is health outcomes. A nursing process... Nursing and Research...
Diabetic Disease Management in African American Elderly
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...American Association of Diabetes Educators. (2003). A core curriculum for diabetes education. Chicago, Ill: American Association of Diabetes Educators. Mazze, R., Strock, E. S., & Bergenstal, R. M. (2007). Staged Diabetes Management. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. Streltzer, J., & Tseng, W.-S. (2007). Cultural competence in health care. New York: Springer Gadsby, R., & Gadsby, P. (2009). Vital diabetes management. London: Class Pub.... ? Diabetes management in patients Diabetes is a body disorder in body metabolism that affects the way glucose made from food used, and insulin is a key requirement in the body for controlling the way glucose is used up in the body (Zazworsky & Bolin, 2005). Insulin...
Professional organization
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...American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Any professional should find a professional organization that aligns with their individual and professional objectives. There are various professional organizations in all fields and it is a challenge for a professional to participate in all these bodies. As a nurse who recognizes the role played by personal and professional development through nursing education, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) is the most appropriate professional organization that will help me achieve my professional and personal development goals. In this case, AACN will be in equipping me with the necessary information... Organization: American Association of...
The 4As
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...associations in the United s is American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A’s), which was establishedin 1917. It is having its headquarters in New York City. 4A’s is a national association of leading US advertising agencies that facilitates in regulating advertising. Members in the agency are elected by filling application and if any agency is found to be unethical then it will result in the termination of that agency. 4A’s is situated in central, eastern and western regions in the US. It acts as a great force in the field of advertising. 4A’s always attempts to improve the agency business. With 750 members and 1250 branch offices, approximately 80% of 4A’s... ? The 4As Overview One of the biggest...
Anglo-American Special Relationship Essay
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...American relations have been rooted in the history of the Western polity. While America won independence by combating the British sponsored forces, the alliance between these two countries has survived over two centuries of fractious disunity in the World order. No doubt there have been a number of occasions as the Suez crisis of 1956 and the War in Vietnam in the 1960's and 1970's that the relationship has been less than perfect. However this has been the longest standing relationship between two nations in modern history. Thus a term, "special relationship" is used to describe Anglo American association... . In Part I a broad swathe of history from 1940 to 2000 would be covered while Part II...
Introduction to Asian Pacific American: Literary Analysis
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...associated with being both Asian and American because of the expectations that are a part of both cultures. For instance, when speaking about her name, the narrator states that the father named her after little and her mother after big because of the superstitions that followed this. The symbolism that is a part of this initial identity of name shows that there is a continuous pull in identity. The narrator continues by saying that in Japan she is considered a “freak” because of her height, while in America, she was disregarded as a half. “In Japan this makes me a freak. After living there for a while, I simply gave up trying... Breaking the Asian – American Identity Introduction The question of...
Code of Ethics
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...American Counseling Association and the American Association of Christian Counselors are two organizations that put a lot of emphasis on the code of ethics among their professionals. Both organizations have the goal of providing quality and professional counseling services to the society. Thus, they both have competence, confidentiality and colleague relations among their ethical codes. Despite slight differences in the way that each organization handles each of these three areas, the objectives still end up being... ? of Ethics s of ethics are like rules and procedures that guide professionals to maintain their proficiency in their work and to also work according to the morally accepted standards. The...
The Japanese American internment
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...Associate Professor, Psychology and Asian American Studies, University of Massachusetts, Boston. Mail to: Karen Suyemoto, Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125. Email: karen.suyemoto@umb.edu. I thank the Sansei Legacy Project and Sean for inspiring this article. I also thank Grace Kim, Kunya des Jardins, and Patricia Suyemoto for their feedback... Running head: MULTIRACIAL SANSEI: EFFECTS OF WWII CAMPS Ethnic/Racial Identity in Multiracial Sansei: Intergenerational Effects of the World War II Concentration Camp Experience1 Karen L. Suyemoto University of Massachusetts Boston Abstract This paper explores how familial experience of the Japanese Americ...
Marketing Principles of National Basketball Association (NBA)
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...Association (NBA) is one of the men's professional basketball leagues in the world. It is the pre-eminent men’s professional basketball league in North America. NBA is an active member of USA Basketball (USAB). The NBA is one of the four major North American professional sports league. By average annual salary per player, NBA players are the world's best paid sportsmen. As the Basketball Association of America (BAA), in New York City  the foundation of the league took place on June 6, 1946.  After rival National Basketball League (NBL) was absorbed, the National Basketball Association name was adopted by the league on...
National Rifle Association NonProfit Organization Research Paper
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...ASSOCIATION: An of Gun Safety and Human Protection Background of the Organization The National Riffle Association is a well-known organization worldwide that actually involved the continuous implication of the idea of responsible gun handling ever since the 19th century. It was the year 1871 when NRA helped the entire human society back then to realize what firearms are capable of doing and how they should be well handled by people who owns them. Of course, firearm make-ups before were simple and less destructive in form. However, it should be noted that no matter how less destructive they may seem, guns were made for wars, as defense for people from all the oppressive acts... THE NATIONAL RIFFLE...
Nursing Advanced Practice Role Paper -. Florida's Certified registered nurse anesthetists
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...American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, 2008). Significant Contributions of CRNAs: The CRNAs have made incredible contributions to nursing and nursing practice. The CRNA’s education and practice has evolved in recent years to fill the growing need surgeons had for anesthetists. Unlike... ?Running head: CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE ANESTHETISTS IN FLORIDA Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists in Florida First Middle initial and Last name Name of University Course Name and Number July 28, 2011 Background Information: The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are Advanced Practice Registered Nurses who administer anesthesia and monitor patients during surgery. In order to become a CRNA, one...
Compare and Contrast National Athletic Association (NCAA)
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...Association (NCAA) Similarity NCAA is a non-profitable organization that controls athletes from over one thousand institutions. It systematizes athletic programs for many USA as well as Canada’s institutions. NCAA membership comprises of three divisions including I, II and III whereby the first two are capable of offering sponsorships (Rosner & Shropshire, 2011). Renowned schools contest in Division I, which comprises of further levels embracing Division I-A (Football Bowl Subdivision) and Division I-AA (FCS) while smaller schools are in II and III (Rosner & Shropshire, 2011). Despite an institution being profitable in its athlete program... Mainly, revenues emanate from broadcast...
Implicit Association
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...Association An implicit association test is a social psychological measure within that is designed to detect an individual’s automatic strength association between mental representations of objects within the memory of the subject person. To some cognizable extent, it is used in clinical, developmental and cognitive psychological research fields. This paper thus seeks to explain the process undertaken when carrying out the test for the subject. It all starts with acknowledging and accepting the terms and conditions of the test which is called the informed consent agreement. The test I took is called the self-esteem implicit application test. It tests an individual’s self-esteem levels... Implicit...
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